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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... museo historica which is an
old colonial mansion that has been very well restored with many items of period
furniture. We then visited the recently rediscovered crypt which is located
under some of the main streets and is used as an art space. We grabbed some
lunch from the supermarket and went back to the hostel to eat. After we walked
very many kilometres heading into ...
... he reasoned that since we had been to see the Memorial of "Uncle" Ho Chi Minh and the body of Chairman Mao, both of whom he describes as "detestable individuals", we had no reason not to go and see Che´s childhood home.
So, we spent an enjoyable hour going through the rooms and reading the English guidebook, whilst I tried to stop Mr H using the word "terrorist" within earshot of the adoring Argentinian ...
... German food on offer, Alpine looking houses. Its only when you talk to people or read the signs that you realise that you are not in Bavaria. We went into one shop and a clearly German looking man served us, however he was obviously second or third generation as he didn’t speak a word of German. I wanted to ask why his grandfather didn't feel the need to rejoin the war effort after he was ship wrecked but I didnt have the Spanish or the balls.
... freaked to do it. Here are some of my other excuses that make me feel less lame: my hip does not agree with walking long distances with my pack, I dont have a tent and it is now cold and rainy apparently which I didnt think would happen, my travel itinerary (which I set) requires me to travel 6,000 kilometers (3,700 miles) before April 3-4 when I plan to be in Buenos Aires. If I am correct I think that is about double what I have already traveled in almost 7 weeks. So, I ...
... had blue and white ribbons tied to their arms, and there was a flock of proud parents front and centre with cameras at the ready. Sarmiento school has four sections, a kindergarten, primary and secondary schools, and a teacher training college, so it’s pretty big and had an impressive turnout of pupils and parents alike. The kindergarten pupils (4 years old) and the first graders (6 years old) did ...